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Entrelacer le grillage des clôtures?

1998 3 min
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Comment tresse-t-on et enduit-on le fil de fer pour fabriquer le grillage de nos clôtures? Film d'une série de courts métrages vidéo qui explorent les techniques de fabrication de produits bien connus des enfants et des adultes. Sans paroles.

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Entrelacer le grillage des clôtures?
  • Comment fait-on pour...?
    Découvrez ces films instructifs de la série Comment fait-on pour..., qui nous démontrent comment sont faits les simples choses de la vie quotidienne : les clôtures, les croustilles, le chocolat, la monnaie, etc.

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Comment tresse-t-on et enduit-on le fil de fer pour fabriquer le grillage de nos clôtures? Film d'une série de courts métrages vidéo qui explorent les techniques de fabrication de produits bien connus des enfants et des adultes. Sans paroles.
  • director
    Don White
  • cinematographer
    Ken Kuramoto
  • editor
    George Johnson
  • location sound
    Rick Bal
  • assistant camera
    James Tocher
  • lighting
    Andre Fernandes
  • sound design
    Gael MacLean
  • re-recording engineer
    Michael Colomby
  • audio post-production
    Airwaves Sound Design
  • on-line services
    Rainmaker Digital Pictures
  • series conceived by
    Don White
  • production supervisor
    Kathryn Lynch
  • program administrator
    Bruce Hagerman
  • producer
    George Johnson
  • executive producer
    Svend-Erik Eriksen

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Ages 9 to 13
Students watch film and, in groups, describe what they have seen. Grades 4-6 can divide process into steps to reach the final product and make a poster. Older students research the materials used and the impact of machines on labour. Homework: students look in the community for chain link fences and make note of functions served. The series includes other titles like, “How do they make potato chips?” “How do they make money?”
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